Sydney seafood king Nick Manettas is leading a restaurateur’s revolution in the CBD office leasing market, according to Ray White Commercial.
The owner of Cocklebay Wharf institution Nick's Seafood is preparing for the leasing up of the last three remaining floors at his modern, boutique office building at 61 York Street through Ray White Commercial.
Meanwhile, Rockpool Bar & Grill has secured office space at Level 7/66 Hunter Street, also through Ray White Commercial. Rockpool committed to a three year lease at an initial gross rental of approximately $695 per sqm per annum.
Ray White Commercial Office Leasing Director John Skufris said 61 York St, located between Barrack and Erskine streets, was completed in early 2008.
"61 York Street is convenient to Wynyard, Martin Place and King Street Wharf,” Mr Skufris said.
“Levels 9 - 11 offer self-contained whole floor tenancies of approximately 210 sqm each and can be leased separately or contiguously in one line.
“There is now an excellent selection of fitted or refurbished tenancies coming up for lease all with exceptional office work space for small to medium users."
Ray White Commercial's Anthony Harris said the building benefits from multiple sides of natural light with independent air conditioning, exclusive use balconies and shower facilities available to tenants.
“The building also offers high security with intercom access. Current tenants at 61 York Street include Tourism New Zealand and the renowned Stitch Bar,” he said.
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Ray White is the largest real estate and property group in Australasia. The company, established in 1902 at Crows Nest in Queensland, has almost 1,000 individual offices spread across Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and India as well as newer offices in key locations in the Asian region and the United Arab Emirates. The brand is represented by more than 8,000 staff, has an annual sales turnover in excess of $30 billion and manages more than 300,000 rental properties.